National Institute of Mental Health / NIH / DHHS:
Mental Health Consequences Of Violence And Trauma (R34)

  • http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-07-315.html
  • Fund Type: Grant. Residential: No. Eligibility: See Full Program Announcement
  • Award: Up to $225,000/ year
  • Deadline: 6/16/2009 Second Deadline: 10/16/2009
  • Details: The sponsor provides support for investigator-initiated research to enhance scientific understanding about the etiology of psychopathology related to violence and trauma, as well as studies to develop and test effective treatments, services, and prevention strategies in this area. Areas of particular interest to the NIMH include interdisciplinary approaches combining multiple levels of inquiry (e.g. psychological, neurobiological, genetic) and scientific tools (e.g., ecological assessment, neuroimaging, microarrays) for psychopathology risk modeling, identification of highly predictive markers of pathology, and improved diagnostics; translation of basic behavioral and neuroscience findings on resiliency and risk for intervention development and testing; and strategies for effective service provision, particularly where non-specialty systems (i.e., primary care) may be required to provide mental health services.
  • Keywords: Violence, trauma, mental health, psychology, genetics, neurobiology, treatment, prevention, services

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